[pydotorg-www] Changes to PyPI stylesheet

Michael Foord mfoord at python.org
Fri Apr 8 17:32:50 CEST 2011

On 08/04/2011 16:18, anatoly techtonik wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 8, 2011 at 3:42 PM, Doug Hellmann<doug.hellmann at gmail.com>  wrote:
>>>>> I'm not a website contributor; I have no idea how to make the website work :-)
> If you don't know - you don't know. That's the main problem with the
> Python web site. =)
>>>>> I needed to modify the PyPI css which resides in www.python.org/css.
>>>>> I've edited the file on dinsdale, but can someone tell me whether
>>>>> there needs to be a change in the website SVN to make the change
>>>>> stick?
>>>> Probably. I don't know how PyPI works, so which CSS file did you need to change?
>>> I have changed it on dinsdale directly - it's the one in
>>> /data/ftp.python.org/pub/www.python.org/css/pypi.css
>> OK, I don't see a pypi.css anywhere in the source tree for pydotorg. Assuming there are no rules to rename or copy any *other* files to use that name, you should be safe.
> Don't you want to know Why the PyPI CSS is loaded from Python website
> and not from PyPI's one?

> (I couldn't resist to ask this question in my favorite form, sorry)
Nor me replying in mine.



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